#Domoticz an #OpenSource Home #Automation Suite
Domoticz is another Open Source a Home Automation System that lets you monitor and configure various devices like: Lights, Switches, various sensors/meters like Temperature, Rain, Wind, UV, Electra, Gas, Water and much more. Notifications/Alerts can be sent to any mobile device. Domoticz is frontend is web based. More info on project website domoticz.com
#HomeAssistant and #Python based #OpenSource home #automation
Home Assistant is an open-source home automation platform running on Python 3. Track and control all devices at home and automate control. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi. Control all your devices from a single, mobile-friendly, interface.
Know more on the project website home-assistant.io
#Calaos is a #OpenSource project (GPLv3) that lets you control and monitor your home. You can easily install and use it to transform your home into a smart home.
Calaos run on many hardwares, Premoboard, Cubieboard, Raspberry Pi, Intel mahcines (Atom/i3/i5/i7). More info on project website calaos.fr
#Jarvis #AI #Assistant by #MarkZuckerberg
#Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finished building Jarvis, his home AI assistant. It can turn lights on and off, play music based on the personal tastes of both him and wife Priscilla Chan, automatically open their front gate for friends, make toast, and even wake up their one-year-old daughter Max with Mandarin lessons.
5 #opensource #homeautomation software stacks
With an ever-expanding number of devices available to help you automate, protect, and monitor your home, it has never before been easier nor more tempting to try your hand at home automation. Whether you’re looking to control your HVAC system remotely, integrate a home theater, protect your home from theft, fire, or other threats, reduce your energy usage, or just control a few lights, there are countless devices available at your disposal.
opensource.com has listed some of the open source stack home automation application. These software runs on personal computer to a Raspberry Pi. Read more on opensource.com
#Project: #DIY Remote Controlled #Autonomous Lawn Mower using #RaspberryPi
Dan, Doug and David Leonard worked together to design and build a Google-powered remote control lawnmower in less than 24 hours as part of StartFEST’s hackathon, ultimately claiming first place on Sept 5th. Since then, they’ve posted directions on Instructables so others can make their own autonomous lawn mowers.
Checkout the instructables: Remote Control Autonomous Lawn Mower using RaspberryPi
Japan Automated farm can produce 30000 heads of lettuce per/day
Gone are the days of farmers tending to crops out in the field from dawn until dusk. Well, almost, at least in Japan. Kyoto plans build fully-automated lettuce factory. its automated process will be able to produce 30,0000 heads of lettuce in a single day, beginning in 2017.